As many of you know, this past weekend I went away with my family and a few of my cousins. We all have kids and decided to take a weekend adventure to unwind, let the kids enjoy themselves, and see some new sights. When I was packing my bags, I remembered my cousin said that it would be nice to enjoy a glass of wine as our husbands hung out and the kids slept. So, in my bags went the Flip Flop wines: Cabernet for my cousin who loves a good red, and a Chardonnay for me who enjoys a crisp white. Ironically
enough, she had a wine caddy which housed wine glasses – so we didn’t have to drink out of hotel plastic.
Surely enough, after a fun packed day, the kids were down by 9pm and the adults could finally unwind and reconnect. Everyone tried both wines before decided which they would fill their glasses with. They were all impressed with the quality of the wine considering they retail at about $7 a bottle. I love the convenience of a twist top bottle that does not require a bottle opener. My cousin, the red wine connoisseur, stated that she loves Flip Flop Cabernet for a nice steak dinner and will be on the lookout for them when we returned home.
Flip Flip wines has partnered with Soles4Souls Inc., the international shoe charity dedicated to providing free footwear to those in need. The program will raise much needed funds to give one pair of flip-flop sandals for each bottle of flipflop wine purchased (up to 100,000 pairs for the first 100,000 bottles sold, where promotion is legal. To learn more about Soles4Souls, please visithttp://www.soles4souls.org/. To learn more about the wines check out Flip Flop Wines.
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Disclosure: I received samples to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own.